Conservation Reserve Program payments in Rooks County, Kansas totaled $29.7 million from 1995-2019‡.

Counties in Rooks County, Kansas Receiving Conservation Reserve Program payments, 1995-2019‡

Rank County Conservation Reserve Program
1995-2019‡
Pct of
Total
Running
Percentage
1Hamilton County, Kansas$109,228,9034.0%4.0%
2Reno County, Kansas$90,484,2983.3%7.3%
3Stanton County, Kansas$78,490,0492.9%10.2%
4Morton County, Kansas$77,156,8712.8%13.0%
5Ness County, Kansas$74,782,8022.7%15.7%
6Kearny County, Kansas$65,550,9122.4%18.1%
7Finney County, Kansas$63,497,3092.3%20.4%
8Greeley County, Kansas$59,847,4452.2%22.6%
9Gray County, Kansas$59,621,4872.2%24.8%
10Hodgeman County, Kansas$57,843,1502.1%26.9%
11Ford County, Kansas$56,389,6922.1%29.0%
12Wallace County, Kansas$50,857,8901.9%30.8%
13Meade County, Kansas$50,795,3631.9%32.7%
14Stevens County, Kansas$49,156,8681.8%34.5%
15Russell County, Kansas$48,321,6671.8%36.2%
16Kiowa County, Kansas$47,797,0211.7%38.0%
17Lane County, Kansas$45,936,3931.7%39.6%
18Rush County, Kansas$45,391,9341.7%41.3%
19Clark County, Kansas$45,257,3001.7%43.0%
20Graham County, Kansas$45,210,5771.7%44.6%
21Stafford County, Kansas$44,262,2911.6%46.2%
22Dickinson County, Kansas$43,749,1111.6%47.8%
23Seward County, Kansas$42,866,6711.6%49.4%
24Sherman County, Kansas$39,984,9191.5%50.8%
25Pratt County, Kansas$38,878,3441.4%52.3%
26Cheyenne County, Kansas$37,828,2821.4%53.7%
27Wichita County, Kansas$37,341,5201.4%55.0%
28Kingman County, Kansas$36,216,8681.3%56.3%
29Grant County, Kansas$35,407,1061.3%57.6%
30Pawnee County, Kansas$34,832,2091.3%58.9%
31Nemaha County, Kansas$34,314,5061.3%60.2%
32Washington County, Kansas$33,235,3781.2%61.4%
33Ellsworth County, Kansas$30,543,1821.1%62.5%
34Edwards County, Kansas$30,414,2761.1%63.6%
35Rooks County, Kansas$29,709,5861.1%64.7%
36Gove County, Kansas$29,639,9691.1%65.8%
37Marshall County, Kansas$29,142,4361.1%66.8%
38Clay County, Kansas$27,115,2471.0%67.8%
39Jackson County, Kansas$26,484,6681.0%68.8%
40Harper County, Kansas$26,379,5141.0%69.7%
41Coffey County, Kansas$26,109,2571.0%70.7%
42Trego County, Kansas$25,779,0590.9%71.6%
43Ellis County, Kansas$25,341,4550.9%72.6%
44Linn County, Kansas$25,141,3770.9%73.5%
45Logan County, Kansas$25,005,5930.9%74.4%
46Norton County, Kansas$24,629,8580.9%75.3%
47Haskell County, Kansas$23,555,3690.9%76.2%
48Jewell County, Kansas$22,159,8230.8%77.0%
49Barton County, Kansas$21,502,5950.8%77.8%
50Bourbon County, Kansas$21,391,8140.8%78.5%
51Doniphan County, Kansas$20,879,4660.8%79.3%
52Lincoln County, Kansas$20,407,2260.7%80.0%
53Comanche County, Kansas$19,981,6360.7%80.8%
54Pottawatomie County, Kansas$19,014,7890.7%81.5%
55Lyon County, Kansas$18,948,4040.7%82.2%
56Thomas County, Kansas$18,829,8190.7%82.8%
57Saline County, Kansas$18,739,9740.7%83.5%
58Scott County, Kansas$18,474,1880.7%84.2%
59Phillips County, Kansas$18,360,8780.7%84.9%
60Osage County, Kansas$17,778,4590.6%85.5%
61Wabaunsee County, Kansas$17,311,8490.6%86.2%
62Mitchell County, Kansas$16,538,2870.6%86.8%
63Smith County, Kansas$16,444,8500.6%87.4%
64Brown County, Kansas$16,437,2140.6%88.0%
65Marion County, Kansas$16,434,9120.6%88.6%
66Ottawa County, Kansas$15,892,7110.6%89.1%
67Osborne County, Kansas$15,854,0000.6%89.7%
68Barber County, Kansas$15,675,5260.6%90.3%
69Jefferson County, Kansas$14,999,0220.5%90.8%
70Rice County, Kansas$14,675,0330.5%91.4%
71Republic County, Kansas$14,196,2920.5%91.9%
72Cloud County, Kansas$13,421,3100.5%92.4%
73Allen County, Kansas$11,296,9670.4%92.8%
74Crawford County, Kansas$10,971,9730.4%93.2%
75McPherson County, Kansas$10,786,1930.4%93.6%
76Neosho County, Kansas$10,746,3750.4%94.0%
77Anderson County, Kansas$9,677,4550.4%94.3%
78Franklin County, Kansas$9,199,9670.3%94.7%
79Sheridan County, Kansas$9,019,7050.3%95.0%
80Sumner County, Kansas$8,910,2450.3%95.3%
81Douglas County, Kansas$8,902,1970.3%95.7%
82Shawnee County, Kansas$8,848,6030.3%96.0%
83Atchison County, Kansas$8,797,3540.3%96.3%
84Miami County, Kansas$8,444,3720.3%96.6%
85Leavenworth County, Kansas$8,001,1670.3%96.9%
86Cowley County, Kansas$6,960,6060.3%97.2%
87Labette County, Kansas$6,577,3750.2%97.4%
88Decatur County, Kansas$6,291,9640.2%97.6%
89Wilson County, Kansas$6,285,2330.2%97.9%
90Morris County, Kansas$5,688,3950.2%98.1%
91Rawlins County, Kansas$5,521,8790.2%98.3%
92Riley County, Kansas$5,233,0020.2%98.5%
93Greenwood County, Kansas$5,198,9290.2%98.6%
94Woodson County, Kansas$4,993,6730.2%98.8%
95Elk County, Kansas$4,811,0100.2%99.0%
96Harvey County, Kansas$4,770,4140.2%99.2%
97Sedgwick County, Kansas$4,535,1800.2%99.3%
98Geary County, Kansas$3,631,3070.1%99.5%
99Montgomery County, Kansas$3,212,5940.1%99.6%
100Chautauqua County, Kansas$2,920,4510.1%99.7%
101Butler County, Kansas$2,644,1900.1%99.8%
102Cherokee County, Kansas$2,246,6320.1%99.9%
103Johnson County, Kansas$1,770,1300.1%99.9%
104Chase County, Kansas$1,585,7270.1%100.0%
105Wyandotte County, Kansas$87,8100.0%100.0%

Source: Environmental Working Group. Compiled from USDA data.

‡ Data for 2019 is incomplete and only includes Market Facilitation Program payments made between January 1, 2019 and October 31, 2019.

 

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